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5.0 out of 5 stars The State Has An Agenda for Your Child, February 11, 2012
This review is from: Censorship: Evidence of bias in our children's textbooks (Paperback)
In this volume Paul C. Vitz summarizes his important study which shows that government school have a specific social agenda in their education: feminism, anti-traditional family, anti-religion, and humanism. The evidence he presents is astounding, even more than Cal Thomas' Book Burning a few years ago.

Yes, the state does have an agenda for the social transformation of society, and here it is. Religion is almost never mentioned in America after the eighteenth century, even though the great majority of Americans are very religious. Women are almost exclusively presented in traditionally male jobs. The family is almost always defined in terms of people living together and financially dependent upon one another. To support his contentions, Vitz, in a government-funded study, analyzes the primary texts of American government schools from elementary schools through high school. Though the statistics are cumbersome, the results are surprising.

If you're a Christian, you won't be sending your kids to state schools after reading this book. Or you'll be spending an hour or two each evening doing remedial education after the propaganda the state feeds your child every day.

-- Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 1988, 7 (1), 78-81
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